Topical legal content articles for marketing family law
With a constant stream of case law relating to divorce and family law emanating from the courts, it is important to keep your website up to date if you are to be seen as a leader in your field. But, how easy is it to find the time to write marketing articles when you are busy representing the best interest of your clients?
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Previous legal topics
Examples of the family law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Disputes about matrimonial finances during the pandemic
- the COVID-19 pandemic impact on financial security;
- holding mediation sessions via video;
- declining asset values and financial provision; and
- formalising agreements and signing the contract from home.
When a spouse or partner is abusive during lockdown
- how to find help during the lockdown;
- action to take when in immediate danger;
- problems with child contact arrangements; and
- harassment from a former partner.
Family and children - Coronavirus FAQs
- should children both parents during the lockdown?
- sharing extra childcare with a former partner;
- paying child maintenance after losing your job; and
- advice on isolating with an abusive partner.
DNA testing in a family law dispute
- where and when DNA testing can be requested;
- obtaining consent from the other party;
- funding a DNA test; and
- what happens during the DNA testing process?
Divorce and the division of overseas assets
- the valuation of foreign assets;
- how foreign assets are divided;
- suspecting your spouse has not disclosed assets abroad; and
- enforcement of court orders overseas.
Rights when your partner owns the property and you pay the bills?
- immediate concern over where to live;
- your rights where the property is a matrimonial home;
- the rights for cohabiting unmarried couples; and
- factors which will be considered during court proceedings.